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How to Adapt to Difficult Situations

How to Adapt to Difficult Situations

Change is inevitable. If you decide to remain stagnant, you get left in the mire. The ability to adapt is a characteristic that often determines who continues to climb the advancement ladder and who remains stuck on a lower rung. Teach yourself flexibility so you can make the adjustments a high- ..



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Human Resources: Develop a Comprehensive Wellness Policy for Your Business

Human Resources: Develop a Comprehensive Wellness Policy for Your Business

When you improve the lives of your workers, your company reaps the benefits. One way to make gains in organizational development is to create a comprehensive wellness policy. When human resources contributes to the health of employees, they are more productive. Here are various components to c ..



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A Challenge to the EEOC's Employer Wellness Plan Rules

A Challenge to the EEOC's Employer Wellness Plan Rules

The EEOC Employer Wellness Plan rules are scheduled to take effect January 2017. The rules allow employers to offer both incentives and disincentives for employees who choose to participate or not to participate in employee wellness programs. The new rules do not, according to the EEOC, violate  ..



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Office Ergonomics are an HR Concern

Office Ergonomics are an HR Concern

When people hear "safety at work," they immediately think hazard signs, hard hats, and hazmat suits. People don't usually consider what safety means to business professionals in an office environment. Or if they do, it seems like a deep paper cut is about the worst injury one could imagine.  ..



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How to Prevent Workplace Burnout and Improve Retention

How to Prevent Workplace Burnout and Improve Retention

One thing that HR Professionals understand is that working more hours to stay afloat is a pressure that causes many Americans to mentally check-out of their work-lives. Frustration and cynicism are often the two main hallmarks of occupational burnout. “Even if companies haven’t  ..



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How to Build an Impeccable Reputation

How to Build an Impeccable Reputation

How your peers, employees and customers view you often defines the level of success you reach. Staying on everyone's good side does not make you a credible person worthy of respect. You must work for an impeccable reputation. Act in these 10 ways and prove yourself as a person of high character. ..



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Human Resources: Complying to the ADA

Human Resources: Complying to the ADA

In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in the United States. According to ADA, businesses can't discriminate in employing individuals due to disclosure of a visible or invisible disability. If a disabled individual is the most qualified candidate, businesses must hire them ..



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How to Adapt to Difficult Situations

How to Adapt to Difficult Situations

Change is inevitable. If you decide to remain stagnant, you get left in the mire. The ability to adapt is a characteristic that often determines who continues to climb the advancement ladder and who remains stuck on a lower rung. Teach yourself flexibility so you can make the adjustments a high- ..



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Treating Your Human Resources Well

Treating Your Human Resources Well

We've built such a stigma around the "That's not my job." mentality that often managers and employees alike are crossing job performance boundaries that they should not. The workforce is a competitive environment, and for the most part people genuinely want to succeed at their job and please the ..



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